reprehensive


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
See: critical
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
That the Greens would seek to scare Tasmanians and damage our reputation in an attempt to score a cheap political point is as reprehensive as it is unsurprising.
These kinds of reprehensive actions are detrimental to the basic human right to receive and impart information, and to media freedom," Mijatovi?
His reprehensive in parliament Adigo Anyoti, who is the minority leader in the South Sudanese parliament also told parliamentarians during Monday's discussion in the assembly that the IGAD protocol failed to address the root causes of the conflict.
The reprehensive exercise will help curtail electricity theft and ensure more fair and equal distribution of electricity to the citizens of Karachi.
The public reprehensive asked the government to deal with terrorists with an iron fist.
Lajo had been chiding the boy for his reprehensive acts until one day she feels really angry with her husband for leaving her alone all night and celebrating a religious festival.
Tehran hosted a consultative meeting on Syria on Thursday, attended by 30 countries, including Russia, China, Iraq, Algeria, Venezuela, Cuba, Ecuador, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Afghanistan, and a reprehensive of the UN Secretary-General.
Doha'A special reprehensive of the Chairman of the Libyan Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, attended on Wednesday a ceremony to honor the personnel of the Qatari military task force that operated in Libya in 2011 and helped Libyans in their uprising against the brutal dictator Gaddafi.
Investor gets 60% and 40% to our country the income of petroleum according to sharing to production of government, while saying the sum of income in to state budget in the other hand get to only 40% to reprehensive of citizens /some people/ to resource of country.
regime of possession of nuclear weapons and the denial of its reprehensive to
Some Germans did act against a government which they found reprehensive.
African ethics provides philosophical justification to what things, character traits, or types of persons are good, admirable and what kinds of actions are bad, reprehensive and worthy of being condemned (Balogun, 1998:288).